"When a society or a civilization perishes, one condition may always be found. They forgot where they came from. They lost sight of what brought them along." -- Carl Sandburg


Holy War, Immigration, and Freedom: The Immigrant. The Judge Fisher Story now on Kindle.

 (White Angel Media, Inc.) June 28, 2013 – A 19th-century revolutionary escapes the Balkans to change the American-Mexican struggle for Texas.

The Immigrant. The Judge Fisher Story, a novel written by A. B. Slavkovic, covers the hot topics of the 21st century from the point of view of a 19th century revolutionary who immigrated from the Balkans to America. Inspired by the life of George (Jorge) Fisher, a.k.a. George Ribar (1795-1873), this historical novel takes to heart the words of the famous American poet Carl Sandburg “…all failed societies and civilizations forgot where they came from…”

The story line follows the fascinating life of Judge George Fisher, a student in a Greek Orthodox Seminary turned freedom fighter, a redemptioner forced to own slaves, a linguist who became a revolutionary and propagandist for the US expansionist cause.

“. . . Hungarian by birth, Serbian by ancestry, American by conviction, Mexican by choice, and Texan by desire.” He was born Djordje Shagich.

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                                    Format:     6x9 Perfect-bound
                                    Pages:        288
                                    ISBN-13:    978-0-9786806-0-2
                                    SAN:        8 5 1 – 3 1 6 3

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